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cyst/o

vesic/o
bladder
glomerul/o
glomerulus
lith/o
stone calulus
meat/o
opening
meatus
nephr/o
ren/o
kidney
peritone/o
peritoneum
pyel/o
renal pelvis
yr/o
urine
ureter/o
ureter
urethr/o
urethra
andr/o
male
balan/o
glans penis
epididym/o
epididymis
orch/o
orchi/o
orchid/o
test/o
testis
(plural testes)
prostat/0
prostate gland
spermat/o
sperm/o
spermatozoa
sperm cells
vas/o
vessel/ vas
deferens/duct
varic/o
dilated vein
vesicul/o
seminal vesicle
albumin/o
albumin,white protein
azot/o
nitrogenous
compounds
bacteri/o
bacteria
crypt/o
hidden
gonad/o
gonads, sex glands
kal/i
potassium
(an electrolyte)
keton/o
ketone bodies
(acids acetone)
noct/o
night
olig/o
scanty
py/o
pus
cide
killing
genesis
forming and producing of an orgin
iasis
abnormal condition
( produced by something specified)
ism
condition
spadias
slit/ fissure
uria
urine
dia
through and across
retro
backward and behind
cortex
Outer layer of an organ or bodie structure
electrolytes
Mineral salt that carries an electric charge in solution
erythropoietin
glycoprotein hormone produced by certain cells in the kidney
libido
Sexual desire or drive either conscious or unconscious
meatus
an opening or passage in any part of the body
medulla
inner or central portion of an orgin
micturition
The discharge of urine
(urination)
nitrogenous waste
Products of cellular metabolism that contain nitrogen
orifice
opening entrance or outlet of any body cavity
percutaneous
procedure performed through the skin as in a
(biopsy)
reflux
Backward or return flow of fluid
urea
Principal nitrogenous end product of protein metabolism excreted in urine and prespiration